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December 11th, 2020 3 comments

Doctor Who Tardis Qi Wireless Charger With Illuminated Tardis

Available to order in the USA from www.fametek.com

Allons-Y and forget about needing Artron Energy. This Doctor Who Qi Wireless charging pad with backup battery & Illuminated TARDIS does the charging for you.

Unclutter your space and simplify charging with the Doctor Who Wireless Charging Pad. FameTek’s design for an efficient and high-speed charging at 2A for wired connections or standard 5W for wireless that work for various tablets and phones like most Androids and iPhone’s 8 an up!

Just press the button to make the TARDIS materialize, lay your phone onto the charging pad and Go! There’s no need to remove your iPhone from its case when powering up. The Doctor Who Wireless Charging Pad can charge through most plastic cases.

With an 8000mA backup battery you can charge your phone with a wired connection or wirelessly making this device 100% portable!

The backlit TARDIS that materializes when charging or when you press the check battery button to let you know when your device is being charged!

Features:
• Licensed Functional Collectible
• Qi Wireless Charging 5w
• 8000 mAh Backup Battery lets you charge on the go!
• Illuminated TARDIS with backlit LED’s
• Charge wirelessly and wired at the same time!
• Works for iPhone 8 & up, Samsung and other phones that support Qi
• Charges through most lightweight cases


Categorised under: Computer and phone, General

3 comments

  • The Melkur

    December 13th, 2020 - 1:58am

    Perfect timing. Just chucked my old cheap QI charger.

    Reply
  • Dalekz

    December 13th, 2020 - 12:44am

    I’m still a plug into the wall guy, and I do mean a plug not a USB plug adaptor thing but a three pronged one in the wall that means I can’t use my lamp when charging my phone!

    I miss the 1990’s I don’t understand this world anymore

    Reply
    • D84

      December 14th, 2020 - 9:31am

      Same here 🙂

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